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The company is seeking to regain ground lost to the iPhone, Blackberry and devices powered by Google's Android software.
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GetJar has teamed up with Glu to offer a set of the smartphone game maker's premium titles, typically sold for up to $5, free of charge worldwide.
Amazon is offering app developers 70 percent of revenue from sales.
These gadgets are sure to score points with the eco-friendly man in your life.
Price for the new device will start at $599.
The new iPhone will be similar in design to the iPhone 4 but will be based on the alternative wireless technology called CDMA used by Verizon.
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Google's Androids were the most popular among U.S. consumers over the past six months ahead of the Blackberry and Apple's iPhone.
Two different models will be available in Japan by the end of the year.
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Today's youth -- a generation of 'digital natives' -- are the focus of government initiatives to help Japan keep pace.
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Scattered across the country, the automated stores are about as ubiquitous as traffic lights and offer an ever-widening, dizzying palette of goods.
Dell looking a competitor to the iPad.
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